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Submitted:  Aug 4 2006

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first, i haven\'t visited all parts of this site, so i don\'t know whether this idea has been implemented yet or not..

just a flash thought.. when i was booting my computer while the speaker was on. Then, when the system entered the desktop, the starting sound\'s been heard. A KDE opening sound. It\'s nice sound. What I was thinking is.. imagine that during booting time, your computer playing a song that you\'ve set before! so you\'re not only waiting your system turning on with a splash screen/picture then entering the desktop with opening sound. Not just like that. I imagine.. when you push the power button, after loading BIOS, then loading the kernel, mounting soundcard module, then playing a random Dream Theater\'s songs!! It\'s wonderfull.. It\'ll be more amazing if your system can play a videoclip along the booting period.. i don\'t know how it can be realized (or has been done?) i dont know. as newbie, i have no knowledge of this matter.

sorry for my bad english..




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 Why, oh god why..

 
 by d3f3nd3r on: Aug 4 2006
 
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Boot sound? boot sound??

What in the world do you think we need a boot sound for?

Back in my day we didnt have all these fancy graphics you kids have now, it was a black screen and a blinking cursor, yeah man it was just you and the computer.

I dont know why you kids just can't be happy with what you have, I can remember when 640k was more than enough for all your computing needs.

And videos, we didnt have no stinkng videos, it was ascii all the way, heck we didnt even have an extended character set it was just alphanumeric baby..not even lower case at that.

By the way Im just pulling your leg, I think its a pretty good idea..


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 ...

 
 by 6thpink on: Aug 4 2006
 
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Ok, I dont know if it is nice or not, but it is, certainly, not related to KDE in any way.


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 just

 
 by thomas12777 on: Aug 6 2006
 
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have some player (ogg123/mpg123/play, try mplayer or xine in case) installed and add some lines to one of the scripts in /etc/rc* - of course somewhere AFTER the sound modules have been loaded...

...or just place a disk in your HIFI system...


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